The Zionist Conspiracy
Sunday, December 02, 2007
The Jets proved today that they are not nearly as bad as the Dolphins, beating up on the NFL's worst team.
The victory was led by the defense, which featured big plays by David Harris and Kerry Rhodes.
Kellen Clemens still looks lost when his first option is covered, and he failed to pick up several blitzes, but his strong arm paid dividends today, with long completions to Laveranues Coles and Justin McCareins. He also did a good job converting several third and longs.
Especially with Jerricho Cotchery likely out for the season, Coles deserves credit for coming back to lead the receiving corps after missing one game with a sprained ankle.
The offensive line outplayed Miami in the second half, but there were too many breakdowns in pass protection and busted runs during the first half.
The Jets only punted twice, but Ben Graham looked bad again on both. The Jets may need a new punter.